The 12th annual Tweed Run returns to the streets of London in May, as a few hundred well dressed cyclists decoratively perambulate around the city.

It’s a chance to get dressed up properly – plus fours and the like, absolutely no lycra or other such god awful clothing allowed. A decadent picnic break in the park for lunch, and a party to finish.

If your idea of cycling involves Pimms instead of energy drinks, a hat instead of a cycling helmet, and smoking a pipe instead of wearing a pollution mask… then tickets to join in the Tweed Run are £30 and go on sale on Friday 6th March at 12:00 noon here.

Tickets tend to sell out VERY quickly.

As they say… less speed, more tweed!


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One comment
  1. JP says:

    Toot toot!
    Told by my doctor some ├Žons ago to counter asthma by smoking a pipe, I was merrily puffing away waiting for the Beaufort street / King’s road lights to change. Up popped beside my bike a lovely lady from China on hers who proceeded to chastise me at length and in no uncertain terms.
    A decade ago, she was wearing a little blue mask as well which sight is increasingly common these days alas.

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